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|7th December 2011, 07:50||#1|
Join Date: May 2010
Bad Mouthing Your Boss Online Is Protected?
You know, talking trash on your boss on Facebook or Twitter may (or may not) be protected by the law but, to be honest, it's just plain stupid. Workers fired or disciplined for bad-mouthing employers on social-networking sites are fighting back using a decades-old labor law—a new front in the murky battle over what workers can do and say online. Since the rise of Facebook and Twitter, companies believed they had the right to fire employees who posted complaints or hostile or rude comments online about their employers.
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